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High Frequency Mobile Phone Surveys of Households to Assess the Impacts of COVID-19 (Vol. 3) : Guidelines on CATI Implementation (英语)

High Frequency Mobile Phone Surveys of Households to Assess the Impacts of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is a series that is an overview of a global initiative by the World Bank. The global initiative is  to implement high-frequency mobile phone surveys of households to assess the impacts of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).


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    Amankwah,Akuffo, Kanyanda,Shelton Sofiel Elisa, illukor,John, Radyakin,Sergiy, Sajaia,Zurab, Shaw,James Arthur, Wild,Michael-000475260, Yoshimura,Kazusa

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    Guidelines on CATI Implementation

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    Poverty and Equity; data collection process; approach to training; data quality; distribution of work; means of communication; points of sale; lack of time; number of attempts; risk of infection; data collection system; payment system; software tool; phone number; response rate; audio files; monitoring tool; call center; survey instrument; open source; survey data; social distance; mobile money; time horizon; local procurement; organizational capacity; field staff; physical distance; data capture; best practice; time constraint; audit responsibility; adequate information; high frequency; individual question; result data; software package; operational constraints; audio recording; supporting technology; common problems; household composition; household use; short notice; data security; random digit; case history; sample household; messaging service; downside risk; several languages; public policy; instructional material; know how; internet connection; several approaches; operational capacity; language skill; alternative mean; language translation; mobile service; distributed system; supervisory staff; local market; take stock; portable device; Homebased Work; advance warning; common use; management tool; emergency situation; sampling design; new material; health survey; quality indicators; free service; instructional approach; instructional content; security concern; global scale; new technology; country survey; public order; computer assist; software product; direct supervision; online training; it infrastructure; payroll function; transfer money